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Advancing women to the boardroom is good for business

In the last weeks of 2020, the Denver campaign for 2020 Women on Boards looks to meet (or exceed) the national percentage of women on local corporate boards.

What you need to know about ransomware

Ransomware is a form of malicious software, or malware, that blocks a user from their computer system and/or data until a ransom is paid. It has become to be the No. 1 cybersecurity threat due to its high profitability.

Succession planning: Top 10 tips for law firms

Transitioning responsibility and planning for succession is critical to the survival of law firms that have a number of senior attorneys headed toward retirement. Follow these tips to remember when completing this phase.

Rule4 Earns B Corp Certification

Rule4 has committed to promoting technological well-being in the community, advancing public awareness of the advantages and disadvantages of various technological innovations and promoting purpose-driven, transparent, and equitable corporate management.

Digital transformation is paving the way to smart cities

Municipalities and governments that have not evolved into smart cities are less able to attract business investment, add jobs and build a sustainable economy.

A Brief History of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in Denver

Since 2014 when the Rocky Mountain Patent and Trademark Office opened, the office has engaged with more than 90,000 stakeholders, created 209 jobs, hosted more than 1,200 outreach events and granted more than 5,000 new patents.

5 tips for protecting your employees as the temperature drops

By incorporating the right precautions, you can decrease your employees’ chances of being injured on the job by seasonal hazards.

The Caring for Denver Foundation Launches, Provides Mental Health and Substance Misuse Treatment

Tonight, community members will celebrate the launch ot Caring for Denver Foundation, which will provide at least $35 million per year for mental health and substance misuse treatment in Denver.

Colorado Enterprise Fund Surpasses $3.08 Million in Small Business Loans for Military Veterans

The loan program provides discounted loan rates and extended terms for military veterans and Gold Star family members who are unable to secure financing through traditional banks.

The State's Beer Business Experiences Growing Pains

Though craft beer remains popular and prosperous, the state’s rich brewing legacy is striving to overcome obstacles as it matures. The capital, distribution, sales, branding and promotion required to keep beer businesses afloat inevitably puts smaller, independent operations at a disadvantage.

Hyatt Regency Aurora-Denver Donates $250,000 to the Anschutz Medical Campus Community

The donation will go to eight medical campus entities including the University of Colorado health professional schools, UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital and Children’s Hospital.

Molson Coors to Close Denver Headquarters, Cut Jobs and Rebrand

Following a dismal third quarter earnings report, Molson Coors Brewing Company announced that it would be "revitalizing" and rebranding as a beverage company, rather than a beer company.
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